I am in need of a Powershell script to locate specified files on network (domain) computers. I need to determine the computer, size, and location of the file if found. I have 40 files to look for and they are of varying type. I do have the exact name for each file.
If necessary, I can run the script 40 times, but would prefer a more complete solution.
Here you go, This will take a very long time to run, I would run it from a server and leave it. Unfortunately there is no quick way to search every harddrive on a network. You will need to run this with
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